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... its forty five acres of organic vegetables, fruit forest, coffee plantation and fine cooking, that call to me. The principles behind it are also so refreshing. Apart from the man running it and the chef, all the staff are drawn from the local village and it is not run as a business to make money for the owner. All profits go to the local village lower down the hill. Clearly the owner is wealthy, but he has used his money here to create something special. Here he has a legacy ...
... stone cottage with a gorgeous, immaculately kept garden overlooking the valley. We arrived on a sunny day and were taken aback by the views of the valley and the mountains surrounding us. Our room was nice enough but a bit scruffy around the edges given the price. There was no heating and everything felt damp, but we were very pleased that we had dragged our sleeping bags all the way around South India as we ended up using them under the duvet that we shared.
... sanctuary, there is a small town called Marayur. After Marayur it got nicely chill and the roads are little steep. There were no series of hair-pin bends in the munnar road but there were few astray ones to mention. Could see Tea/coffee plantations after the board saying 25 km to Munnar. There were many small waterfalls on the way, few even drains through the roads, Since it was just the start of monsoon, ...
... of Indian tourists, all cycling, horse riding or boating around it. I just decided to walk. In other places I've travelled there have very rarely been tourists from the country I'm in, so this is something ...
... As the process was so manual the owners people became the most important asset and as such the company were keen to look after them.
To do this they needed to support their increasing numbers and started by giving land to merchants who set up in Munnar and sold key products to local workers. They also opened up a dairy farm and a rice factory to help provide a sustainable source of food for them.